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Upper extremity inverse dynamics model for crutch-assisted gait assessment.
Current inverse dynamics models of the upper extremity (UE) are limited for the measurement of Lofstrand crutch-assisted gait. The objective of this study is to develop, validate, and demonstrate aExpand
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An upper extremity inverse dynamics model for pediatric Lofstrand crutch-assisted gait.
The objective of this study was to develop an instrumented Lofstrand crutch system, which quantifies three-dimensional (3-D) upper extremity (UE) kinematics and kinetics using an inverse dynamicsExpand
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Biomechanical model for evaluation of pediatric upper extremity joint dynamics during wheelchair mobility.
Pediatric manual wheelchair users (MWU) require high joint demands on their upper extremity (UE) during wheelchair mobility, leading them to be at risk of developing pain and pathology. Studies haveExpand
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Upper extremity dynamics during Lofstrand crutch-assisted gait in children with myelomeningocele.
The use of quantitative models for evaluating upper extremity (UE) dynamics in children with myelomeningocele (MM) is limited. A biomechanical model for assessment of UE dynamics during LofstrandExpand
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Upper Extremity Dynamics During Lofstrand Crutch-Assisted Gait in Children With Myelomeningocele
Abstract Background/Objective: We present a 3-dimensional biomechanical model of the upper extremities to characterize joint dynamics during 2 patterns of Lofstrand crutch-assisted gait in childrenExpand
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Biomechanics of Pediatric Manual Wheelchair Mobility
Currently, there is limited research of the biomechanics of pediatric manual wheelchair mobility. Specifically, the biomechanics of functional tasks and their relationship to joint pain and health isExpand
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Effects of physical exertion on trans-tibial prosthesis users’ ability to accommodate alignment perturbations
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This study investigated the hypothesis that efforts to compensate for suboptimal alignments by active users of trans-tibial prostheses become less effective when levels of physical exertion increase. Expand
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The biomechanics of upper extremity kinematic and kinetic modeling: applications to rehabilitation engineering.
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This paper reviews several kinematic and kinetic rehabilitation engineering models from the literature that capture a single joint; multijoints such as the shoulder, elbow and wrist; or a combination of joints and an ambulatory aid. Expand
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Divided attention during cutting influences lower extremity mechanics in female athletes
Abstract Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries in basketball appear to be more common when players are in possession of the ball. The greater risk of ACL injury when in possession of the ball mayExpand
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Assessment of Kinematics and Electromyography Following Arthroscopic Single‐Tendon Rotator Cuff Repair
The increasing demand for rotator cuff (RC) repair patients to return to work as soon as they are physically able has led to exploration of when this is feasible. Current guidelines from ourExpand
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